We have finally made the move to NC after a year of getting our previous house ready for sale...and no it hasn't sold yet but we had to move anyway because my husbands job was waiting on him. I have no idea how I am still living and breathing after all this. I think the stress was even worse than when I had to go through my dad's illness and death in 2009. I left my part time job of 21 years and the home I have lived in since 1980. We really needed to move because the house was just too large for just us anymore and we didn't want to deal with the upkeep. We have moved to an over 55 community which is just beautiful. With an already over active nervous system I am in complete overload and believe I am simply running on adrenaline continuously. I am totally drained and exhausted plus having severe anxiety over all this. Even though I am extremely happy with the move and knew it was the right thing I can't control the anxious feelings. I feel like I am going to drop at any second. I have Klonopin which I use to sleep 1/4 of a 1/2 mg tablet but it does nothing for the anxious feelings inside that keep me awake. I had a few Ativan left from when my dad passed away and that seemed to help much better but I have none left. I also had to leave my wonderful Lyme doctor whom has been right there for me since 2006 and has done so much for me. He said I could fly up to NH anytime if I wanted to see him. The stress has been immense and am hoping in time I will feel better so I can start to deal with all the unpacking etc. I am planning on signing up for yoga and some other meditation classes they offer at the community center here. There is so much to choose from but I really need some structured calming classes since I can't seem to do it on my own. Thanks all for listening and I will let you know how I am doing. I will probably need to find a new doctor down here in NC so if anyone has an idea please let me know. I would most likely be looking for a holistic as my Lyme doctor was also holistic and seemed to be more open to alternative therapies.